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When you meet an Aussie’s they have a slant of English foreign to even English speaking folk.
We’ve deciphered the Aussie lingo to help you babble through the slang!
When a dude says:
- G’day mate – Pleased to make your acquaintance.
- Man, he’s blotto – Inebriated beyond capacity to stand up
- You little ripper – Words of praise fail me.
- Rack off mate – Your presence is no longer required
- Fair dinkum – Of course I’m telling the truth
- Pull ya head in – You may be correct in your assertion but shut up
- Wanna rage? – Would you like to drink vast amounts of alcohol with me until we drop?
- You drongo – A rather dimwitted person.
- Your shout – If you value you well being you should buy the next drink!
- Go on – I’m not entirely convinced you know what you’re talking about
- Whadaywant?- May I ask what you want?
- Have a chunder – The delicate act of regurgitation likely to occur after getting blotto
- Bloody oath mate – I’m in total agreeance with you
- Howya goin – May I ask how you are?
- Give it a go ya mug! – Are you perhaps incapable of performing this act
When a dudette says;
- Wanna cuppa hun – Would you care for some tea
- Go tart yo’self up – Please dress in your best clothes
- Wanna come to our piss up? – You’re invited to our party
- How ya goin luv? – I hope you’re feeling well
- Don’t get your knickers in a knot – Don’t get upset
- What’s the latest goss? – What’s the latest juicy news
- The old man’s shot through – My husband’s left town
- Get stuffed bitch – I’m really cranky and it would be best if you left (quickly)
- Shut ya gob – tell someone who cares
- Don’t Crap on – Aren’t you exaggerating
- Could I bum a fag? – May I have one of your cigarettes
- Grouse lippy – What a nice shade of lipstick